Saddle Up! Equestrian Club
The Saddle Up! Equestrian Club (SUEC) meets twice a month in the spring and fall and for a full week in the summer to gain their advanced horsemanship skills. Spring and fall meetings are 2 hours long and the summer meeting is 3 hours long for 5 consecutive days, this allows time for extensive unmounted and mounted practice time. Occasional field trips are scheduled to farms, veterinarian clinics, and horse shows for additional horsemanship experiences.
Progress & Goals
The Saddle Up! Equestrian Club curriculum is modeled after the knowledge required of participants in the United States Pony Club. Saddle Up!’s PATH International Certified Instructors break down the knowledge set forth by the United States Pony Club to assist riders in learning these horsemanship skills at their own pace. Instruction is enhanced as instructors teach to each rider’s learning style. Goals are set based on the rider’s abilities and area(s) of interest.
Participants must be between the ages of 10 and 19 years old and have a documented disability. Participants must be active in our Adaptive Riding program, achieved Level #4 in RIDES®, and shown continued interest in excelling their horsemanship skills.
The Saddle Up! Equestrian Club fee is $50 per meeting (2 hour lesson). The meeting fee is charged in a lump sum to cover up to 8 weeks of programming. The summer skill week for the Equestrian Club is $400 per member. A $25 non-refundable registration fee is charged per session. We do not want the cost of programs to deter your child from participating, so if you would like more information on our Financial Aid program, please let us know.
How do I get involved?
If you would like to get your child involved as a rider in the Saddle Up! Equestrian Club, please talk to their current Adaptive Riding Instructor to find out if they meet the qualifications of the SUEC.
Friday 9am – 5pm
Saturday 8am – 4pm